Oklahoma regulators approved more than 7,300 business licenses in the first year of the state's high-flying medical cannabis program, including nearly 4,300 grower permits, according to recently released figures. The state also opened up applications for a new stand-alone license category: transporter. Previously, only licensed growers, processors or dispensaries could receive a transporter permit. New rules are kicking that will institute industry-standard compliance systems and could acceler...
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Oklahoma approved 7,000-plus medical marijuana licenses in first year
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